Super World Interview Time: Eleni Karageorgou AKA Post Lovers

Post Lovers recently released the brilliant Melbourne & Going Anyway on double way-hay!! side 7″ as part of Inner Ear’s “A Distant Victory Singles Club”. Check classic indie guitar-driven surfs-up tunes that immediately lodge in the mind, they stood out for me as a cut above the norm so we were delighted and excited when…

Super World Interview Time: Party Fears

We featured the 2nd single off Party Fear’s stunning self titled debut album back in June and subsequently asked the guys for an interview which they kindly agreed to.A perfect time to publish it as they are in Dublin this week playing The Hut in Phibsborough on Wednesday 23rd August with Last Days of Elvis…

Super World Interview Time: Michele and Cristiano from Drama Emperor

Drama Emperor are an electro-indie Italian band made up of Michele Caserta, Cristiano Ballarini and Simone Levantesi who write in English, Italian and German. We have covered a number of tunes by the guys and even premiered their recent single “The Final Song” (on Alienated Records).  Needless to say we are big fans but we’ll…

Supr World Interview Time: Eva from Linda Guilala

We’ve posted a number of excellent tunes from Linda Guilala over the past year or so. The band, hailing from Vigo, Galicia, consists of Eva, Ivan and Mari. Besides music, they are big fans of sci-fi, especially films from the 60’s and 70’s, taking their  name from a Japanese sci-fi monster. Their latest album, Psiconáutica,…

Interview with Sarah Ferri

I first became aware of Sarah Ferri via “When The Giants Play Poker” (from LP “Displeasure”, out on Jazzhaus Records and produced by produced by Koen Gisen) earlier in the autumn. It’s  a brilliant, arresting, immediate piece of work and it transfixed me. Listening back to Sarah’s previous music it was clear that the new…

Things that go bump in the night: Our interview with Half Girl

Tomb it may concern, Half Girl are  Europe’s leading all-girl feminist-monster super-group and that , dear reader, is not an easy thing to achieve. The band are Julie Miess (Britta), Vera Kropf (Luise Pop), Anna-Leena Lutz (Die Heiterkeit) and Gwendoline Tägert (Mondo Fumatore). They’ve produced this wonderful schlock-horror concept album called “All Tomorrow’s Monsters” –…

Curiouser and curiouser – We talk to Alice Schneider of Wunderland

“If you don’t know where you are going any road can take you there”  ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland We have been keeping an eye on Wunderland for some time now and we featured their wonderful single, “NUE” , a few weeks back. The band is Alice Schneider, O de Mars, Stéphane Commecy, Simon Léger and…

Lovely VENN – Lovely now

It says in The Guardian that Venn “are a neo-postpunk band from London and Berlin. They are steeped in the dark but rhythmical music of 1980, when groups such as A Certain Ratio made an oblique, noirish nightclub music.” Hey, I didn’t know there was such a thing as neo-postpunk, I mean isn’t everything post…

Interfew with: Cascading Elephants

We featured “Bloom” by Cascading Elephants as our tune of the day a little while back and following that we caught up with main man Ben Parker to find out a lot more about the new album and what makes his clock tick 🙂 It’s a really nice, engaging interview and there’s some great tunes too.  No black…

Interfew with: Sofia Bolt

Sofia Bolt first came to our attention via Orouni and Clémentine March – Water Babies and we’re glad she did 🙂 Between fire and water, the young Franco-American musician Amélie Rousseaux, found a stage name that reflects her duality: Sofia Bolt, or the alliance of lightning (Bolt) and wisdom (Sofia, derived from the Greek Sophia), or…

Interfew with: DTCV

DTCV is the project. The project of Lola G. (French musician)  and novelist, screenwriter and guitarist (James Greer). They’ve been on the go since 2013 as we say here. They’re quite funny and very serious and they live in the desert. They write brilliant pop songs. Their new album is called Confusion Moderne and it’s class. Read…

Interfew with: Masha Qrella

Masha Qrella’s three most recent singles have all featured on Few as tune of the day over the past couple of months.  She has just released her new album,  Keys, on Morr  Music. It finds Masha in scintillating form. It’s a record of understated, low-key (no pun intended) beauty –  melodic, deceptively simple and, above…